Dołączył: 20 Mar 2021
|Wysłany: Pon Cze 07, 2021 5:47 am Temat postu: The Daily NK was the first to get hold of a copy of the law.
|The Daily NK was the first to get hold of a copy of the law.
"It states that if a worker is caught, the head of the factory can be punished, and if a child is problematic, parents can also be punished. The system of mutual monitoring encouraged by the North Korean regime is aggressively reflected in this law," Editor-in-Chief Lee Sang Yong told the BBC.
He says this is intended to "shatter" any dreams or fascination the younger generation may have about the South.
"In other words, the regime concluded that a sense of resistance could form if cultures from other countries were introduced," he said.
Choi Jong-hoon, one of the few defectors to make it out of the country in the last year, told the BBC that "the harder the times, the harsher the regulations, laws, punishments become".
"Psychologically, when your belly is full and you watch a South Korean film, it might be for leisure. But when there's no food and it's a struggle to live, people get disgruntled."
Will it work?
Previous crackdowns only demonstrated how resourceful people have been in circulating and watching foreign films which are usually smuggled over the border from China.
For a number of years, dramas have been passed around on USB sticks which are now as "common as rocks", according to Mr Choi. They're easy to conceal and they're also password encrypted. เล่นสล็อตpgฟรี
"If you type in the wrong password three times in a row, the USB deletes its contents. You can even set it so this happens after one incorrect input of the password if the content is extra sensitive.